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TECHNOLOGY + INDIGENOUS DEVELOPMENT SUMMIT
NEW BLOOD, NEW IDEAS, NEW CONVERSATIONS
In these times, the word “crisis” can start to lose its impact, but what we face is truly a situation that requires all hands on deck. The Technology and Indigenous Development Summit (TID Summit) is a crossroads where CEOs and engineers meet Chiefs and Elders on equal ground, in addition to giving a stage to unique Indigenous innovation. The TID Summit is an experiential journey into the future.
It is a rigorous exercise that gathers the greatest problem solvers in business and tech into one room and says, “Here is a challenge.”
The Sioux Lookout Friendship Accord (SLFA) is a non-profit organization created by the Indigenous communities of Big Trout Lake, Slate Falls, Lac Seul, and Cat Lake. We aim to foster sustainable economic growth and prosperity for not only the signatory communities but all of Northern Ontario. Here at the SLFA we are thrilled to have teamed up with Birtch Gillett to bring our vision to a reality. The Friendship Accord and the First Nations of Northern Ontario are inviting you to be a part of the conversation about the future of our country.
Historically named Tkaronto, this land was used for diplomatic meetings and trade by many First Nations and was also known as the "Carrying Place." For thousands of years this area was a hub of conversation and commerce and it is in this spirit that we have chosen Toronto to bring together communities from across the country once again.
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Northern College has a wide range of innovative courses designed to prepare future generations for a changing Canada and a track record of excellence in working with First Nations communities. With vibrant campuses in Timmins, Kirkland Lake, Haileybury, and Moosonee, Northern College is a trusted institution of the North and a trailblazer in education. We are thrilled to announce that Northern College will be our headline sponsor.
Jake Dockstator (Phone) 807-789-1285
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